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officer took him into custody. last week newman's wife spoke with nbc news. >> we have a lot of strong support. but when you don't know where your husband of 56 years is, you don't know his health, you don't know when he will be home with us, it's not an easy situation. >> reporter: today, a state department official said the swedish embassy in north korea which handles issues dealing with u.s. citizens was granted access to newman. meanwhile another u.s. citizen, kenneth bay, has been detained in north korea for more than a year. today in a statement the white house said it was deep thely concerned about the welfare of both men and urged their releases. joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >>> for many people in this country, today the weekend meant another chance to hunt for holiday bargains as the first numbers were released from black friday which retailers consider the most important day of the year. nbc's kristen dahlgren is watching from here in new york for us. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. big changes to tell you about. we just got the numbers in. what we are s
: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >>> good evening. happy thanksgiving. i'm kate snow in for briand eve. happy thanksgiving. i'm kate snow in for brian tonight. let's start with something to be thankful for. despite dire predictions and worries that a winter storm might have a major impact on holiday festivities and travel, the flight delays have subsided. while there was snow and rain, millions of americans were able to celebrate the holiday today with family. high wind here in new york calmed enough by this morning to allow the macy's thanksgiving day parade to go ahead as planned. and we start off tonight from the parade route. good evening, katie. >> reporter: hey there, kate. we are told americans are eating 736 million pound of turkey today. but before all the food comas can kick in, 6th avenue here was abuzz with people. crowds lining the street for a thanksgiving day parade that went off without a hitch, almost. >> reporter: thankfully the 3.5 million people who lined the streets and braved the cold not knowing if the
in afghanistan. nbc news chief foreign correspondent richard engel spent the last several days with the tenth mountain division and reports from forward operating base gamberi. >> reporter: it helps to be at a few thousand feet to appreciate how hard it has been to fight in gans. 12 years in these mountains. osama bin laden once had a house down there not far from tora bora. but times have changed. lieutenant colonel al boyer, tenth mountain division, is part of the new mission. he is an experientialed war man. seven deployments in iraq and here. today he is a diplomat of sorts visiting the afghan general. relations are more important than ever because afghans do most of the fighting now. but americans have been killed in meetings like this so u.s. troops need armed escorts. guardian angels like staff sergeant travis drudge from wa dbush, indiana. >> if they're not trustworthy, that he stay on guard. >> reporter: with a young son and a taught on the way, he is more cautious now than other deployments. >> you think more about your family, the wife, the kids, than just yourself. >> reporter: bu
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.a. coroner says the two bodied too badly burned to identify but nbc news confirmed with walker's publicist he was killed in the crash. walker's team posted on facebook page they are stunned and saddened beyond belief. >> we smelled the smoke, we didn't pay attention to it because this street on friday and saturday nights, guys come up with fast cars and drift around the corner. >> one of my favorite actors. >> daniel took this photo three weeks ago of the car that crashed, a porsche carrara gt that belonged to the own or of a high-end racing shop involved around the corner from the crash. daniel donated toys to the same charity, paul walker showed up to help out with. >> i grew up watching his movies. >> reporter: he skyrocketed to fame in 1999, varsity blues and she's all that. two years later "fast and furious" playing a los angeles police officer involved in underground street racing world. >> i can't believe it. i've been a "fast and furious" fan since 2001. >> reporter: the movie $2 billion franchise, one of the largest ever with seven movies and a cult following. >> how can this happen?
>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today." >>> with lester holt, and erica hill. live, from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm erica hill. >> and i'm lester holt. we want to get right to the breaking news coming out of the bronx this morning. that train derailment. this is a metro north train that is a large commuter line that connects new york city. reports of multiple injuries. according to the firt department of new york. there is a still photo taken a short time ago. >> reporter: we're going to pan over and show you, from my vantage point, maybe at least 10 or so cars. shrubbery blocking our viewpoint. from poughkeepsie to grand central. unclear how the train got flipped off its tracks out here. we're standing by for more information from officials. >> wnbc following that report. early reports of multiple injuries. more during this broadcast. >> we want to turn to the of actor paul walker. an ironic twist of fate to many. best known for his role in the "fast and furious" movie series about racing fast cars, died in a car cra
nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc "nightly news" with brian williams. >> good evening. it is already tonight a storm that stretches from the southern tip of florida up to nova scotia, and at its core, which is a moving target right now, it's dumping a ton of misery on several states. the timing of this storm could not be worse because of what it does on the ground and in the air to the business of getting around. 700 flight delays already, and this storm is just getting started. the satellite picture of the nation from space shows the expanse of it. tomorrow is the busiest travel day of tea 43 million americans on the move. and while the storm is churning in the eastern part of the country, its effects, of course, will be felt all over. it's where we begin our coverage again tonight. nbc's tom costello is out in it in pittsburgh tonight. good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. in fact, in this area we used to have -- or did have snow earlier today. now we've got just the bone-chilling extreme rain and cold out here. you mentioned the delays. a hundred flight canc
, but she d. >> reporter: kate snow, nbc news, new york. >>> and that's our broadcast on a monday night as we start off a new week. thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams. we, of course, hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm jessica aguirre. >> i'm raj mathai. the naacp is now stepping in at san jose state, calling for harhar harsher students accused of taunting their african-american roommate. we have a closer look at the allegations of what happened in the dorm room. we begin with plaer amarianne f campus with the district attorney's reaction. >> reporter: today the naacp demanded that the district attorney change these charges to felony hate crimes. but today the d.a. said he is sticking with misdemeanor charges. >> all racist behavior, racist acts, racist people, racist themes will not be allowed on this campus today, tomorrow, forever more. >> reporter: during an emotional rally at san jose state university today, members of the naacp demanded that the four students accused of a hate crime after a
around america. brian mooar, nbc news. >>> this is a critical weekend for the health care website as the white house pledged it would be working this weekend for most people who try to enroll. people in virginia said they were enrolling today without any problems. obama administration says 90% can create an account on the system. tech experts worked for five weeks to fix the system plagued by errors, outages and slow speeds. the goal is to ensure it can handle 50,000 users at any time. >>> health care options s are people's minds. what would you think about sharing a doctor with multiple patients. cleveland has shared medical appointments. >> reporter: laughter, camaraderie, flowers and refreshments. this isn't a typical doctor's visit. it might be a model for the future of quality health care. it's a shared medical appointment. a unique way to that cleveland clinic is providing check-ups for 15 people with similar health issues, all at once. >> they take away more. bang for your buck, value. the extra time, extra information, extra understanding. >> reporter: while a typical che
. nightly news begins now. >>> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc nightly news with brian williams. >>> god evening. it's almost here, but a lot of folks are legally going to have to work for it these last few hours before thanksgiving. it's because of a powerful storm in the east take its time sliding to the north, seen here from space, and big enough and hitting enough airports in cities to affect air travel from one end of the country to the other. take a look at the number of aircraft in the skies, just about 6,000 flights. a lot of them running way behind. the rush is bad fluff without the storm. and to be sure, it has hardly affected everybody. this is phoenix, arizona. this picture won't help at all if your flight into philly just got canceled. we begin with tom costello at the airport in washington. good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. cold here. we've had thousands of delays. those numbers expected to build a bit throughout the night. but high wind, heavy rain, some snow, it's been a truch russ day of travel for many people. tens of millions of people
information before being made public. jay gray, nbc news, dan bury, connecticut. >>> this report also says lanza wrote a book in the fifth grade, and included tales of children being killed and a son shooting his mother in the head. a state judge will listen to 40 minutes of 911 calls from the massacre before deciding to make them public. >>> president obama's westward trip in full swing on monday the democratic controlled senate pass add kpree hence inch bill earlier this year. it would provide a pathway to citizenship. the president supports the bill, but one heckler focused on deportations in recent years. >> you have the power to stop -- >> and that's why we're here. okay. >> stop deportations! >> if, in fact, i could solve all these problems without passing laws in congress, then i would do so. but we're also a nation of laws. that's part of our tradition. >> the president's trip included major political fund-raising for house and senate candidates, and magic johnson and his wife hosted one of the events, as well as diane keaton and samuel jackson. heinz saban and his wife hosted anot
, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today." with lester holt and erica hill. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm erica hill. >> and i'm lester holt alongside dylan dreyer and andrea canning who is in for jenna this morning. two things about that auburn/alabama game. first of all, i hope the announcer is resting his voice. second of all, chris davis must have already watched this highlight a dozen -- two dozen times. i've watched it a dozen times. he catches this ball in the e zone, a missed field goal. >> it's incredible. >> and there he goes. >> i could not believe the speed. like you, i think i've probably seen it at least a dozen times now. he'll probably continue to watch it for the rest of his life. of course, such a big rivalry. we had some alabama fans outside the window a little earlier. they were looking a little sad. extra sting there. >> stunning is the word of the day. >>> we've got a lot of news to get to. >> we want to begin with the death of actor paul walker. it seems to many an ironic twist of fate. th
nobody has told that to the enemy. richard engel, nbc news, fire base torcom, afghanistan. >>> breaking situation we're watching overseas tonight. the crash of a police helicopter into a crowded pub in scotland. joe fryer is watching this for us tonight. good evening. >> reporter: there is a likelihood of fatalities although no word on casualties. it crashed into the pub on a busy friday night. two police officers and a civilian pilot were on the helicopter. now a rescue operation is underway with some forming a human chain to pull victims out of the building. brian williams will be back with more news from new york. than ot. help keep his body as strong as his love. iams. keep love strong. there's new iams woof delights. some wet food has gluten and artificial flavors. iams has real meat and eggs in our tasty chunks. now that's real love. new iams woof delights. shhhh! i have a cold with this annoying runny nose. [ sniffles ] i better take something. [ male announcer ] dayquil cold and flu doesn't treat that. it doesn't? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold
we are staying on top of breaking news. a new york transit official tells nbc news four people are dead after a train derailed in new york city. the metro north line derailed in the bronx just a short time ago. we also just learned from our sister station in new york that the number of injured people has gone up. they are now citing at least 63 people injured, and of those, about a dozen critically injured. the train was on a curve when this happened. something to keep in mind on a busy travel day. amtrak service affected between manhattan and albany, new york. ntsb investigators are getting ready to leave washington now and head to the scene of the crash. something that we're learning also that that area is known for tricky turns and curves and conductors were known to slow trains down as they approached those areas. no telling what caused this. we are waiting for a news conference with governor andrew cuomo. we'll bring you it latest information as it comes in. keep it here on nbc 4. you can go to for updates. >>> police arrested a man who accidentally fired
nobody has told the enemy. richard engel, nbc news, fire base torcom, afghanistan. >>> a developing story from overseas tonight. reports from scotland say a helicopter crashed on the roof of a pub in glasgow. they said it was a police helicopter, that there were multiple injuries and some people in the pub were trapped. witnesses described it as a horrible scene. >>> still ahead, a growing mystery on the west coast. what's killing starfish on the pacific coast. later, was it cheating, bad acting or both? read the lips of an nba coach to see what you think. ♪ [ male announcer ] for a love that never fades over any amount of time, there's iams. with 50% more animal protein than other leading brands... help keep his body as strong as his love. iams. keep love strong. there's new iams woof delights. some wet food has gluten and artificial flavors. iams has real meat and eggs in our tasty chunks. now that's real love. new iams woof delights. shhhh! i have a cold with this annoying runny nose. [ sniffles ] i better take something. [ male announcer ] dayquil cold and flu doesn't treat th
. nbc news white house correspondent kristen welker has more on that end of the story. good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. today's announcement is particularly problematic because it comes just a few days before the deadline by which the administration said the website would be working well for most americans. now on the eve of thanksgiving, a new problem. as official washington prepares to start a long holiday weekend against a stormy backdrop, the white house chose to release more bad news about health the administration announced small businesses will have to wait a year before they can use the federal website to enroll their workers in health insurance through a program called shop. those with 50 or fewer employees will have to sign up the old fashioned way. >> small businesses will be able to enroll directly in a shop plan through an insurer, agent or broker and can get certified for a tax credit after they enroll. >> reporter: the administration said the delay was necessary to give its tech team time to fix the troubled website for individual users and no
's something they hope can happen next week. reporting live in oakland, nbc bay area news. >> thanks, jodi. more details now. oakland mayor expressed her support for the teen in a tweet. delighted to hear sasha fleishman is is home from the hospital. wonderful news to help oakland share a happy thanksgiving. >>> tied up with tape over their mouth. that's what three san jose residents endoured for hours while their home was ransacked. tonight, the suspects are still on the run. we have more from san jose and the new developments. >> the home invasion robbery happened in this house. it start ed at 3:00 this mornin and ended at 8:00 when the suspects took off in two of the victim's vehicles. >> sometime between 3:00 and 8:00 in the morning, the suspects entered the house. tied up the victims. either with tape or with some other means and then ransacked the residence and possibly stole some various items. >> police say after tieing up the three residents, the suspects ransacked the home. officers say when they arrived, that safe was empty. the suspect also stole two vehicles. those suspects ar
>>> nbc bay area news starts now. >>> good evening. and thanks for joining us. we are following a developing story tonight. new information is coming out about the 85-year-old man from palo alto who is detained in north korea. there's a report out that he served in a top secret u.s. army unit during the korean war. nbc bay area's kimberly terry is in palo alto. what else does this report have to say? >> reporter: well, it has a lot to say, and those new details are coming from the mercury news and reuters and it's information that may shed light on why she may have been detained by authorities. he reportedly served in a top secret army unit called the white tigers. the u.s. and north korea don't have formal diplomatic replaces. 60 years ago, an armistice agreement was signed to end the war, but there was never a peace treaty, meaning he could be held as a prisoner of war. north korea arrested him for "hostile acts against the state." his family talked about newman's visit with the swedish ambassador saying it's giving them hope he is in good health. according to a statement issu
the scotus blog. >> nbc, "new york times" had taken the material from the live blog. c-span, last year in the health c-span put cram on the live blog and streamed it i think.span 3, there's this adaption where it us or then. to be we're so grateful. that nbc news n has, npr, pbs carried the live blog as well is because we're not trying to -- we don't have a ay wall, because we're not trying to make money on an eyeball basis. reach a e know that we lot of people, we have a lot of hese collaborative relationships. that, again, is something to amy's point. if you create a website, people about you if you have something substantive to say, you will get exposure when through media that really touch a lot of people. example of that. eople ought to realize if they're good at one particular topic, the opportunity to reach topic is not necessarily the people who find you through google but, in fact, is principally through the legacy traditional media that have so many eyeballs. >> take a ten-minute break. please join me in thanking our -- [ applause ] now from the university of georgia's discus
newman's wife spoke to nbc news earlier this week. the family said nothing in response to a video of the 85-year-old that surfaced yesterday. on that video released by north korea's official news agency, he's seen reading a handwritten apology. at the end of the statement he bows, then there is video of the korean war veteran putting his thumb print on each page of his confession. an expert says this is clear a force add poll ji. it's likely newman read it with the hope it would secure his release. >> i think by doing what the north koreans, have done, it's dangerous for any american to go to north korea. anybody with association with the korean war, they are saying, that's sufficient for them to put you under arrest. that's a scary situation. >> north korea is accusing newman of being a, quote, criminal involved in the killing of civilians during the korean war. newman has been missing since hate october when north korean officials took him off a plane as he was getting ready to leave that country where he spent ten days as a tourist. newman has a heart condition which requires m
county. christie smith, nbc bay area news. >> intriguing case there although way around. thank you very much. >>> well, in other news, friends and family of a legally blind teenager killed in san jose are now sending a very strong message to neighborhood gang members. pedro cortez was shot last weekend out of san jose park. >> supposed to be working with me today. i went to work alone. >> so much pain and suffering there. it's hard to listen to. right now she's trying to raise money to pay for cortez's funeral. during last night's vigil, friends, they just gave whatever they had. coins and bills. they put them all into a shoebox as they're trying to help the family. >> the naacp wants the four san jose state students accused of a hate crime to face harsher felony charges. at a news conference yesterday the civil rights organization also called for the district attorney's office to charge the students with false imprisonment. this is due to the alleged harassment against their black roommate. at a march before the news conference, students wore tape over their mouths to symbolize not bei
: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning everyone. welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> i'm erica hill alongside dylan dreyer and andrea canning in for jenna. so much attention paid to this helicopter crash which happened in scotland last night. devastating, some of the images coming out of there. >> the chopper crashed on to a crowded pub along the riverbank there. it is our top story. debbie edward is live in glasgow near where the chopper went down. what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, scotland's first minister has described this a black day for scotland. we are coming to terms of what happened here in the center of glasgow last night. we're coming to terms what happened here. a very well-known pub on the banks of the river. last night it was packed with about 120 people listen to go a local band then around about half past 10:00, a bang and a helicopter came crashing in through the roof. panic, of course, set in and people started running towards the doors as a wall
the east coast is next. miguel almageur, nbc news, los angeles. >>> to an amtrak train derailment that left 00 passengers stranded overnight in south carolina. the new york-bound train derailed causing several cars to slip off the tracks and injure several passengers, luck request for the passengers, the train had full power and heat, shielding them from the 20-degree weather outside. buses are en route to transfer passengers to another rail. >>> living abroad now to iran where an historic nuclear deal is done. the international reaction coming swift and mixed. with america's closest mideast ally israel calling it an historic mistake, here at home, leading members of congress are cautious but accepting. nbc's ahman mohyeldin. good morning. this deal follows years of behind-the-scenes diplomatic work. the question might be what are the next steps that are so crucial in this? >> well the short answer to that is compliance and enforcement. on the one hand you have this agreement that's spells out what is expected to happen the in the next six months, and a big component of that involves inspec
/11. andrea mitchell, nbc news, washington. >>> we're back in just a moment with something we said here on the air last night that got a response from earth orbit. z z >>> cbs news announced today it's imposing a leave of absence on "60 minutes" correspondent lara logan and her producer max mcclellan after their reporting on benghazi was revealed to be wrong and based on a witness who lied. an internal cbs news report says that was knowable before the piece aired. >>> and msnbc and alec baldwin have had what they're calling a mutual parting of the ways. "up late with alec baldwin" on msnbc has gone to bed early. it lasted only five episodes and is no more. baldwin received a raft of bad publicity after a tirade and some subsequent run-ins with paparazzi. >>> pope francis is getting a lot of attention tonight for the mission statement he issued for the catholic church he'd like to see in the future. it was a kind of summary of a lot of things he's been saying lately. he writes that the church must reform itself and pay more attention to the poor. he also wrote the church must, quote, aba
tonight, nbc bay area news. >> not a good way to spend the holiday, police are searching for suspects in two separate shootings. a man was shot in east san jose and a couple hours later a man and woman were shot just south of location. they were sitting on a porch on state street. all three victims are expected to sur vivsurvive, and say the shootings appear to be random. >>> forget black friday, as we speak, it's maybe called gray thursday. big retailers open onned their doors earlier tonight and the shoppers came swarming in looking for the hot holiday deals. we are at the macy's at valley fair and stephanie, what is it, leave the family or bring the family? it's a strange new reality on thanksgiving, isn't it? -- >> reporter: this is not what you would see until midnight at years past, tonight macy's broke a 155-year-old tradition and for the first time opening on thanksgiving. with every swing of the door, a smile, and a bag. or boxes piled up. but before all this was -- >> i'm happy. so i got. >> reporter: had she got to mac and waited for three hours to nab deals up to 75% off.
list know the best deal on toys happen right before christmas. chris clackum, nbc news. >>> let's turn to florida. there was a thanksgiving day miracle of sorts. the mother who put the state's controversial stand your ground law back in the spotlight is now free on bail. marissa alexander was sentenced to 25 years for firing what she called a warning shot at her husband. a jury convicted her on multiple charges of assault with a fire a.m. the second conviction was overturned by an appeals court. she was released wednesday. her new trial is scheduled for march 31st. >>> turn to the white house. if first family had a good meal. the president snuck away for awhile. the commander in chief calling service members from every branch of the military. as tense of thousands of american troops celebrated thanksgiving overseas, of those, some 43,000 remain in afghanistan. >>> thanksgiving day behind us with good deeds and random acts of kindness. start with ohio governor john kasich. more than 400 homes were evacuated after a train derailed causing a chemical spill. the rail road provided the fami
: welcome back. my guest tonight is a correspondent for nbc news. his new special is called "where were you the day j.f.k. died?" >> this was a shoe store you were running? >> correct. >> john brewer saw oz oswald peering through the window. what mades you following him? >> a is feeling i had somebody s wrong with the picture. why do you pretend to be shopping for shoes when this commotion is going on. >> jon: awr wear that the president is shot at that point? >> oh, sure, yeah. >> jon: please welcome back to the program tom brokaw. [cheers and applause] i was struck watching some of the special at how emotional a lot of the people that were around the scene of it. you talked to not just the widow of like the police officer that was killed but the surgeon that was in -- the 31-year-old surgeon. >> it was a dough fining moment in the lives after it will of people, jon. i've been living with this for more than a year. i was 20 when he was elected. it was a big moment in my life because it changed politics in this country. it had a lot to do that this was the first president we all shared beca
, they definitely feel like winners today, sunday, november 24th, 2013: >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> welcome to "today" on this very busy sunday morning. i'm erica hill. >> i'm lester holt alongside dylan dreyer and kristen welker in for jenna. the historic deal agreed to overnight with iran. >> secretary of state john kerry and other world leaders putting the final touches on it all in geneva after a marathon negotiating session. it's a six-month agreement that will curb iran's nuclear program by limiting their ability to enrich uranium that could be used to make nuclear weapons. as for iran, the upside for that country, it eases billions in harsh sanctions against the country. meantime our ally israel is furious. israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu calling the agreement a, quote, historic mistake. >> but president obama is praising the deal. he spoke about it last night. >> as president and commander in chief i will do what is necessary to prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, but i have a
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with his wife lee newman at the chang house retirement center in palo alto. an nbc news spoke to his wife and son earlier this week. she said then that her husband has a heart condition and needs medication. she add that had she is worried about her husband, and again, this was before the information and video released today. >> it's been hard. we have a lot of strong support, but it's not -- when you don't know when your husband of 56 years is, you don't know his health. you don't know when he will be home with us. it's not an easy situation. >> the written confession and apology on that video is dated november 9th. newman's wife and son have not responded publicly to this latest development, no are has the u.s. state department. >>> we have new details now out of southern california. a standoff at a shopping center on black friday is now over. an armed man who had barricaded himself inside a store now is dead. investigators. la cracenta is about ten miles from downtown los angeles. people got a scare as they were evacuated during that standoff. >>> today walmart employees joined forces
tradition. jay gray. happy thanksgiving to you, nbc news. >> thanks so much. we'll check back with jay throughout the morning. you can see the thanksgiving parade here on nbc bay area. our coverage will start at 9:00 a.m. happening now dozens camping out for the holiday door buster deals. this is new video in san jose. about 20 people braving the cold, got their tents out. not on black friday but at 6:00 tonight. the shoppers, some coming as far as the peninsula say the great savings makes missing out on the hot turkey dinner worth it. >> it's going to be like $150 t ipad $100 off, and certain tvs are discounted to like 200, 300, 400 off. >> that's worth it. >> it's worth it when you add it up. >> it's not just best buy. walmart opening up at 6:00 tonight followed by macy's and target opening their doors just two hours later. >> the first retailer to open its door today is kmart. it opens at 6:00 this morning, giving a new way to pay. it's offering a rent to own finance program, if you choose the plan it will make your first lease paymt followed by monthly or bi-weekly payments. you ca
a child's wish list know the best deal on toys happen right before christmas. chris clackum, nbc news. >>> in florida the mother who put the state's controversial stand your ground law back in the spot light is free on bail. she was sentenced to 25 years for firing what she called a warning shot at her husband. the conviction was overturned by an appeals court. she was released wednesday. her new trial is scheduled for march 31. >>> the first family enjoyed a hearty feast at the white house but president obama did manage to sneak away for a little while. the commander in chief called service members from every branch of the military and thanked them for their dedication and sacrifice for america. >>> tens of thousands of american troops celebrated thanksgiving overseas. >>> with thanksgiving behind us good deeds and random acts of kindness added an extra touch of class. more than 400 homes were evacuated early wednesday after a train derailed causing a chemical spill. the railroad provided the displaced family with a free thanksgiving dinner. >>> in sacramento a record 30,000 people r
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, nbc news, at the mall of america. >> thanks, jay. not everyone was just shopping. across the bay thousands spent their thanksgiving helping those in need. >> let's eq.everybody! >> that's a good call for many. that's bob mann. he assembled a small armiy to make turkey sandwiches and handed them out in san jose. he also served more than 1,000 slices of pie as well as donuts and coffee. he got the idea after people in the park flocked to him to get his leftovers last year. he says the meal was such a hit he plans to come back on christmas day. so will we. >> at glad memorial church it was a tradition with a musical twist. they broke into song helping serve lunch at the church. ♪ amazing grace how sweet >> that's nice. they do serve it every year, the church served several thousand people yesterday. many who depend on them say they wouldn't survive without the services. >> i'm in the shelter, you know. and without this i wouldn't -- i probably wouldn't be eating today. i wouldn't be eating thanksgiving food, you know. >> wonderful things they do. in addition to the meal, glide gav
for them to have access to a decent grocery store. >> reporter: a shopping success so far. ron mott, nbc news, new orleans. >>> actor wendell pierce joins me in the studio now. you can see him on the michael j. fox show on nbc. thanks for taking time to join us here. >> thank you. >> really appreciate it. >> good to be here. >> congratulations on what you've done. >> thank you. thank you. >> it is really amazing. and what strikes me is that you found this opportunity, these food deserts, right? and clearly other people know about this and just didn't think the demand was there. you looked at it and said, no, there is demand. >> it came from the response to katrina. my community was destroyed. we started to rebuild houses, encouraging people to come back. then i started to realize the commercial districts weren't coming back as well. so i put out, you know, a call to action and thought that once we showed and demonstrated the population was coming back, american industry would gladly try to tap into that marketplace. and i started to realize there was so many areas and not just because of
's definitely overwhelming, emotional ride. >> jill rappaport, nbc news, new york. >> a double feature that will take movie fans right down memory lane. >> the old time theater in the south bay celebrating 50 years this season and hoping for a comeback. the double feature that will take movie fans down memory lane. >> marking the anniversary with the screening of two movies that put this dome on the map, including the first movie to ever play there. it "it's a mad mad mad mad world." also featuring "space odd see" which started an 87-week run when it opened there in the summer of 1968. >> but it's really unfortunate, because like the winchester mystery house, there's a lot of history. and they don't make theatres like this. even at the time, they didn't make that many like this. >> the winchester theatres and screenings are part of a nine-week series of classic moo uh vies aimed at finding out if there's a public sentiment in saving at least one of the retro dorms from possibly being torn down. >> for a last look at weather. >> weather looking kind of chilly for tomorrow morning. but b
's, david culver, news 4. >> download the storm team 4 weather app to your mobile device. search nbc washington weather in the apple store or on google play. >>> new question tonight about an alleged stun gun robbery at fedex field. police are investigating the incident where two workers reported being robbed. tracee wilkins joins us live from landover with the details. >> reporter: as you know, security on game night is very tight. people who carry large amounts of cash work with police. it has workers and the police wondering how this robbery could have happened. >> she says -- >> reporter: this fedex employee who did not want to be identified says he was in the stadium when word spread that two workers who cash out vendors were robbed. >> reporter: they got put in a freezer? >> to the side of the vending room. >> reporter: prince george's county police are not confirming all of what this worker says happened. they are investigating allegations of them being robbed. >> it revealed they were counting cash when two suspects endered demanding cash. during the robbery, the suspects stu
a decrept grocery store access. ron mott, nbc news, new orleans. >>> actor wendell pierce jones me in the studio now. can you see him on "the michael j. fox show" on nbc. thank you for taking the time to be here and congratulates on what you have done. it's really amazing. >> thank you. >> what strikes me is you found these food deserts. clearly, other people know about this but didn't think the demand was there. you look eight and say, no, there is demand. >> first of all, it came from the response to katrina. my community was destroyed. i started to realize the commercial districts weren't coming back as well. i put out a call to action and once we demonstrated that it was coming back, american industry would gladly tap into that market pleas. i realized there were so many areas not just because of our disaster but for whatever reasons american industry was risk adverse and they weren't coming in. i thought that's not true. i know those communities. i know how they are populated people who demonstrated loyalty to your product and brand and traveled the distance to get to your sto
and chuck todd who claim to speak for nbc news and the brand? why haven't they called bashir out and lack of punishment for him? >> joe? >> very good point punishment mat -- they've been getting beat by them a lot lately. that's a difference maker. get palin up in wasilla. the fact that lauer lost that interview, i'm sure he's griping about this internally. that's where the pressure is going to come from. not outside news organizations that dropped the ball. >>. >>> stick around. ahead on media buzz we were just immersed in tributes and remembrances on friday for the 50th anniversary of jfk's death. we'll have a report card. nations, dan gilliman joins us. now back to "media buzz" and howie kurtz. >>> the media turns friday into a national day of mourning, november 22nd, being the 50th anniversary of the assassination of john f. kennedy. fox's cal thomas remembered the day. >> there are things called teletypes then where the news was printed on these rolls of paper. i ripped it off and gave it to the correspondents in the washington bureau and managed to save the initial stories that said
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. live in san leandro, kimberly tere, nbc bay area news. >>> those protests certainly did not stop shoppers. walmart announced record sales since its opening its doors last night. and other retailers say they are seeing similar success as well. nbc bay area's marianne favreau has been braving the crowds in the south bay and joins us with more on the crowds and some tips to make sure those purchases you make make it home with you. hello, marianne. >> reporter: hi, diane. well, i can tell you the mall is still packed tonight. and that's not surprising. retail experts predict that people here in the bay area are going to spend a lot more this holiday season than other folks across the country. bells are ringing this holiday season. oh, wait. that's the sound of cash registers ringing at westfield valley fair mall in san jose. thousands of people flock to the mall in search of a deal this black friday. and it appears the early birds save the most. >> i see like -- and that after 10:00 they -- >> reporter: many shoppers say the mall wasn't as packed as they expected. nongets that crowde
's political footsteps. he spoke with nbc news during last year's campaign. >> biggest momma's boy in the group? >> josh. >> reporter: following what happened on thanksgiving, one twitter user called the romneys a family of batmen because in 2003, josh, his dad and another brother helped rescue capsized boaters in new hampshire. another right place, right time story propelled by a single image and the power of social media. joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >>> up next, going hungry, how recent congressional cuts to foot stamps are leaving many more americans hungrier this thanksgiving. >>> plus, high-tech history. how the smithsonian is making rare collections available to whomever, wherever. it's today's big idea. ♪ ♪ you get your coffee here. you get your hair cut here. you find that certain thing you were looking for here, but actually you get so much more. when you shop at these small local businesses, you support all the things that make your community great. the money you spend here, stays here. in this place you call your neighborhood. today is small business saturday. get out and
, he'll get a new day in court. for "today," mark potter, nbc, manning, south carolina. >>> shifting gears now to look at your health. when you go to the doctor, chances are it's the two of you in the examining room. maybe you have a family member or a nurse there at some point. what if was not just you, the pa patient, but a whole group of patients in there? dr. nancy snyderman explains, it could be the office visit of the future. >> right now, you don't have anything to worry about. >> reporter: flowers and even refreshments and this isn't clear a typical doctor's visit. it might be the model for the quality of health care. it's a shared medical appointment. for as many as 15 people with similar health issues all at once. >> it's a bang for your buck. there is value. you have extra time, extra information, extra resources, extra understanding. >> reporter: while a typical checkup lasts 15 to 30 minutes, a patient can have a shared medical appointment as long as two hours all for the same cost as a traditional visit. here is how it works. after a one-on-one physical exam with the do
in chinatown, bob rydell, nbc bay area news. >> a lot to do in just five hours. all right, bob. thank you. for all the details on the president's latest visit to the bay area, go to our website. that's we will be streaming the president's immigration speech live on our website as well as provide you with up to the minute traffic updates. >>> some new details now on the oakland man who risked his own life to save somebody else's. he's just been released from the hospital. very good news there. this all happened at last night's raiders game. officials say right after the game ended, a woman ends up jumping from the third deck of the coliseum. people down below tried to scream at her to stop her. then that man on the second deck concourse tried to catch her. he was hurt and taken to the hospital. we're now reporting he has just been released. he's been identified as a lifelong raiders fan, a 61-year-old marine veteran from stockton. >> you know, i thanked him for what he did, and he -- he said he basically didn't even think about it. he just reacted, saw her, you know, didn't
this holiday. nbc bay area news. >> chase, thank you. nice to see all the smiles of everyone commuting. it's been relatively smooth in all three bay area airports. this was the scene in san jose. no long security lines or significant flight delays at sjc or over in oakland. chief meteorologist sf tracking the weather back east. will anything happen here? >> i don't think so right now. we do have low cloud cover. we do want to take you across to the east coast. we heard about improving delays. that storm system is pretty much gone here down towards the mid-atlantic. just residual snow across d.c. at this hour. let's go ahead and take you into san francisco. we do the cloud cover. temperatures in the 50s. by tomorrow morn, still cloudy. so again, we may face a few ground deb lays do you have to visibility issues by by afternoon tomorrow, we are expecting the sun to come out about 3:00 p.m. temperatures in the mid 60s. so if you're doing any travel on the roadways, here's what you can expect. again, possibly a few light residual delays as we head throughout tomorrow morning. with some of the
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